Tag Results for "Aids Among Latinos"
Goal is to help those already infected stay healthy, delay onset of AIDS and avoid spreading disease. Doctors should screen all people aged 15 to 65 for HIV, as well as younger and older people who are at increased risk for infection with the virus that causes AIDS continue reading »
Experts say headway has been made in prevention and treatment, but challenges remain. The first glimmer of hope for a cure for HIV came in 1996 with the advent of powerful drug cocktails known as hig continue reading »
The National Hispanic Medical Association & the Latino Commission on AIDS announced today in New York City their agreement to establish a groundbreaking partnership. Both organizations will develop a joint effort to complement their strengths and to continue aiming to reach healthy communities in the United States & Territories. continue reading »
Distinct types of the virus hide out in cerebrospinal fluid, research shows. Researchers have identified two genetically distinct types of HIV in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) of patients with HIV-associated dementia. continue reading »